Slow-moving cops fail to catch brazen thieves

Slow-moving cops fail to catch brazen thieves

A quartet of gun-toting motorbike thieves launched a brazen robbery on Wednesday in Phnom Penh’s Daun Penh district, after attempting to threaten a guy and his girlfriend off of their bike in clear view of cops.

But while the victims got away unscathed, so did their assailants, as an easy snare turned sour for the officers, when they failed to catch up with the robbers. Police investigations into the incident remain ongoing. DEUM AMPIL

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